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Kaleidoscope (25 titles)
 

Milan
Kaleidoscope magazine is an international quarterly of contemporary art and culture, offering a timely guide to the present (but also to the past and possible futures) with an interdisciplinary and unconventional approach.
Kaleidoscope also publishes books.
 
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2017
English edition
Special anniversary edition, featuring 50 monographic stories from the magazine's past issues, in addition to a 30+page commissioned project by conceptual artist Martine Syms.

2017
English edition
temporarily out of stock
Originally a report commissioned by Nike, the book tells the story of the Air Max 97 phenomenon in Italy in the late 90s and early 00s, through the voices of those who wore the shoe with the greatest obsessiveness. In doing so, it becomes a snapshot of the attitude of late '90s Italian urban culture.

2017
bilingual edition (English / Chinese)
Somewhere in between a magazine issue, an artist's book and a research report, this Kaleidoscope Asia Special edition with guest-editor Simon Denny revolves around a new project by the New Zealand artist set in the Chinese city of Shenzhen.

2017
English edition
Special dance & contemporary art issue: interviews with Anne Imhof, Ligia Lewis, Alex Baczynski-Jenkins; Francesca Gavin on dance in pop culture; FKA Twigs; Merce Cunningham; a round table with Maria Hassabi, Will Rawls and Cally Spooner; Peter Halley; Loretta Fahrenholz's Two A.M.; 1970s magazine Avalanche; Spyros Staveris; a conversation with Nobuyoshi Araki and Abraham Cruzvillegas; Bjarne Melgaard; an interview with George Condo by Maurizio Cattelan; an introduction to Lou Dallas; and much more (included a fanzine by visionary designer Rick Owens).

2016
English edition
First monograph by New York-based Thai artist Korakrit Arunanondchai, this publication is the first extensive presentation of the artist's video trilogy Painting with History, which ambitiously addresses a digital native's relationship with art history, spirituality, globalization, technology and self-promotion.

2016
English edition
last available copies!
Limited edition, cover by Ari Marcopoulos, with three stickers.

2016
English edition
Jordan Wolfson, Ari Marcopoulos, Kahlil Joseph & Deana Lawson, Pierre Paulin, interview with Nhu Duong, contributions by Darja Bajagić, Georgi & Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Julie Verhoeven, special feature on Disorientalism including interviews with Sophia Al-Maria and Meriem Bennani, two essays, a case study and a round table, Christopher Williams, Jasper Spicero, Alexa Karolinski & Ingo Niermann's Army of Love, a tribute to Alan Vega…

2016
English edition
A special summer edition dedicated to American artist Sterling Ruby—also guest editor.

2016
English edition
Robert Longo, Vanessa Beecroft and Katy Grannan on the notion of “superimages”, cult magazine Colors, Neïl Beloufa, Isa Genzken, Louisa Gagliardi, Jon Rafman, Josh Kolbo, Gaea Woods, interviews with curator Pierre Bal-Blanc, design studio Vier5, Isabelle Graw, and the Printed Matter team, the social role of art, sexual politics, Carson Chan in conversation with Nik Kosmas, Matt Copson, Kenny Scharf, Sylvie Fleury, a collectable poster of David Bowie by Scott King...

2015
English edition
Art & sex special issue.

2015
English edition
Anicka Yi, Bunny Rogers, Eric Mack, Chen Tianzhuo, KAWS, Darja Bajagić, Sam Falls, art's obsession with brands, the great German painter Albert Oehlen, an essay by John Corbett, an interview of Fredi Fischli and Niels Olsen by Dan Graham, a defense of Art for All...

2015
English edition
Jason Matthew Lee, Daniel Baumann, Marylin Minter, Magali Reus, Know Wave Radio, Beatrice Gibson, Catherine Ahearn, K-Hole, Jamian Juliano-Villani, Alessandro Bava, Zhao Yao; a reconsideration of female identities and role models; Ida Ekblad; 100 pages of visual contributions by artists, curators and image-makers...

2014
English edition
Kaleidoscope's newest release introduces a completely redesigned and revamped version of the magazine, under the visionary art direction of Munich-based Bureau Mirko Borsche. The magazine's new formula combines its defining curatorial and interdisciplinary approach with an emphasis on the power of images and a keen attention to the update.

2014
English edition
last available copies!
Ella Kruglyanskaya, Christian Falsnaes, Ned Vena, Haroon Mirza, Loretta Fahrenholz; the deployment of off-camera commentary as a conceptual device in moving image works; the controversial work of Francesco Vezzoli; Kaspar Müller, Simon Castets, the art scene in Shanghai, Christina Ramberg, Albert Oehlen, Matthew Barney...

2013
English edition
last available copies!
A special edition dedicated to contemporary art and culture from the Asia Pacific region.

2013
English edition
Summer issue, highlighting Andra Ursuta, Shanzhai Biennial, Sergei Tcherepnin, Yngve Holen and Petrit Halilaj; investigating an updated notion of materiality; exploring the curatorial practice of Massimiliano Gioni; featuring regulars, tips, and three special inserts.

2012
English edition
Aleksandra Domanovic, High Line Art, Tri Angle Records, Desire Machine Collective, Sylvia Sleigh, investigating the resurgence of post-humanism, exploring the art of Frank Benson, Liz Magic Laser, Kaleidoscope's regulars, tips and three special inserts.

2012
English edition
last available copies!
Kaleidoscope's summer issue is a special edition entirely devoted to art produced in (or related to) the African continent today, from Egypt to South Africa via Ethiopia and Nigeria.

2012
English edition
Will Benedict, Alexandra Bachzetsis, 155 Freeman, the resurgence of R&B, Sanya Kantarovsky, preliminary materials for a theory of a new male, Cathy Wilkes...

2012
English edition
For the Winter 2011/12, editor-in-chief Alessio Ascari presents the first issue of Kaleidoscope magazine under the art direction of the prominent London-based design studio OK-RM.

2011
English edition
last available copies!
Featuring: Ron Nagle, Uri Aran, state of the art book, Bernadette Corporation, Louise Hervé & Chloé Maillet, Carlo Mollino...

2011
English edition
Pop Right Now! special issue (Steven Shearer, Slavs and Tatars, Kaari Upson, Alina Szapocznikow, Greg Parma-Smith, Bettina Funcke & Massimiliano Gioni & John Miller, Boris Groys, Darren Bader, Justin Bieber, Rashid Johnson, Mark Greif & Richard Lloyd, Mark Leckey, Morgan Fisher, Helen Marten & Hans Ulrich Obrist, Simon Denny, Douglas Coupland & Markus Miessen, Jeff Koons, Scott King...).

2015
bilingual edition (English / Chinese)
out of print
Based out of Singapore, Kaleidoscope Asia is the first issue of the brand new, biannual and bilingual (Chinese/English) sibling edition of Kaleidoscope dedicated to contemporary art and culture from the Asia Pacific region. Under the art direction of acclaimed Munich-based Bureau Mirko Borsche, the magazine combines its defining curatorial and interdisciplinary approach with an emphasis on the power of images and a keen attention to the update.

2014
English edition
out of print
A special edition dedicated to curating.

2012
English edition
out of print
Special issue dedicated to painting.